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Painting hair texture tutorial

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Always find reference of the color and rough style you want. then make a few rough drawings of the style you are going after. The less seams you can keep while creating your hair, the better. Its all about the quick uninterupted strokes.

First thing I do is pick a nice base color, normally this is fairly dark, as I tend to lighten things as I go. Using the soft hair brush, I rough out a general flow of the hair. Lighter at the top, and darker at the bottom. Keep the root area (top) darker as well. Now I try to pick out a few shapes to make it not just straight hair. er in a few spots, and make it deep in a few others. Every so often, I change the brush from normal mode, to soft light mode, in order to get some color variation in. I used the three pixel hard hairbrush to go in and add some more fine detail. Keep in mind, you can and should use these brushes in both brush mode and smudge mode. Set pressure to control strength, and pick these brush shapes for your smudge tool. The lower resolution your hair is, the more you will need to smudge. hairs width, but in a much smaller space, a single pixel will be too large and will make the hair look like yarn. So smudging will keep the hair-ness look there. Make a selection over the areas that the highlights should go using the polygonal lasso tool. Hit ctrl+alt+D for the feather option, and pick a feather size appropriate for your texture. On mine I am going to use a value of 5 I used the three pixel hard hairbrush with a much lighter color to go in and add the initial specular. By making a selection and feathering it, you can use very fast and very sharp strokes, with perfect fading in and out. Hair specular is unique. Hairs are translucent, so not only do they shine, but they transmit that shine up and down the shaft of the hair. There is normally a base specular, which is...


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In photoshop, keep selecting all the background until you have all of you want to be transparent...Try deleting background and see if the underlying backgroundis already transparent. (If your final image is easy to select, select it directly.). If initially selecting the BACKGROUND, and you need to get a transparent bckgrnd, inverse the selection so the main subject is selected. You may already have a Transparent background (you'll see the checkerboard).
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Need help creating Hair styles/ Textures and Clothing in Sims 2 Body Shop!!!?

Hi, I already know how to use Body SHop, what I don't know how to do is working with the alpha files and actually creating the hairstyles and clothing. I only have windows Paint program. I do not want to install any other mesh tools or any Photoshop or anything else. Does anyone know how to understand alpha files, and Create Hairstyles/ Textures and Clothing on Sims 2 using Windows PAINT Program??? If so, please help, I already know what I want to create, but i don't know how to get started.

There aren't a lot of tutorials to use with Microsoft paint out there, but I'm giving you links to three different things to help you out a bit. Microsoft Paint isn't really a graphics editing program, but rather more of a program that plays with pixels.

The first link is an actual Sims 2 Body shop tutorial from Prima (it's in pdf format, so you'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read it). It covers the basics and also explains about the alpha channels.

The second is a tutorial on making clothes, but it also explains alphas.

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